NEW PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS. TUB OOMI'EITITIV'Ji DESIGNS. THE FHI&EiS AWABDED. (Per United I'ress Association! 1) WELLINGTON, September 27. j The report nf Colonel Vorion, the ' adjudicator of the oonijietitrv© do- ' signa foi' tlie new Pairliniiicnt Hou&e, w'ns to a uominittix 1 of ! both ix • ./■ iLMiay.- The adjudiciator i .'vwn.vded. tlie prizes as follows : —'lst prize, .£IOOO, John Campbell, Government archil ectj and Claude Patton, Wellington; 2nd, .£5(10, Thoa. Tm'iibnU a,nd Son and J. S. .Seddon ; ; 3rd, £.300. W. H. Giumncr, Autlv- | land; Ith, .£2OO, John Campbell "and | C. A. La'Wrcncio, '"Welliutrlon; sth, i G. A. Troup an,d \V. G. Youn- Wei- j lington; 6th, IT. S. Moiran and R. ; A',. "Owen, Auokland ; ■ 7th, H. O. ' GriovsoTi, Auckland; Bth, Hin'st, Seagar, andl Hart, Clii-ibtchurulL; 9th, Fleming, MacDwiald 1, and W. DunTnn<if, Dunedin. Sir Joseph AVard staled 1 tlia.t Cabinet would go through all the designs and membors also would have an opportunity of viewing them. If in the opinion of the Ctabinat the first prize design .was the best for the building the Government would recommend it. It did not follow 1 that any of the designs Would! be adopted! NEIW/PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS). WHLLINGTO'N, September 27. ' 'Colonel Vemon, has completed the task of judging the plans for the new Paliament buildings. The result will be announced tec-morrow.
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TELEGRAMS., Thames Star, Volume XLVII, Issue 10273, 28 September 1911
TELEGRAMS. Thames Star, Volume XLVII, Issue 10273, 28 September 1911
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